Even though De Graw was given the boot, he was all smiles as he hugged his fellow contestants during his dismissal.
He told host Tom Bergeron, “It’s been amazing to be part of the show,” and explained how grateful he was to have his family with him during his run.
There is probably no other man as romantic and charming as rising country star, Brett Young.
The Southern California native sat down with AOL to talk about his debut album, why he's a hopeless romantic, and his biggest source of inspiration."When you put out your first record it's a listener's first chance to get to know you a little bit," Young said.
So basically, De Graw might be a loser on ‘DWTS,’ but he went out like true winner.
Dexter-Jones was also conspicuously low-profile at half-sister Charlotte’s spring 2013 show.
Instead of walking down the runway like she does every season, Annabelle stayed backstage.
While its science fiction edge made it a bit more complex than the stories of those teens from the Creek (no offense, James Van Der Beek) it definitely held an important role in television history.
The show, which premiered in 1999 on the WB and ran for three seasons, gained notoriety after diehard fans started an online petition and sent in letters and bottles of Tabasco sauce, a favorite of one of the show’s characters, to prove to the network that the show had a massive amount of support.